The latest computer game deal, one that raises money for a charity of your choice, is all about being the baddie.
The Advertising Standards Authority has warned Cloud Imperium Games, the maker of Star Citizen, for taking pledges on concept ships that weren't immediately available in the game.
The company behind Worms, that original battle royale, have turned 30. In that time, they've made like My Time at Portia, Overcooked and non-Wormy stuff.
It's not Seven Deadly Sins over at Humble Bundle, not yet. We're only at the Seven Deadly Sims and they're full of temptation.
A chunk of the money raised in bundle sales goes to support the reading charity Worldreader.
There are only three tiers, and the top is less than ten squid. So let's take a look at how that $113 worth of cRPG divvies up!
I can see discounts of up to 85% for 15 games; many of them are D&D computer games.
Winged Cloud is unusual in that they're a British indie developer of visual novels.
Warhammer 40K games are up for grabs with about £170 in value for a price of less than £9.
Scarlet Nexus' story gets into courage and heroism against a futuristic Japanese landscape inspired by anime and Western sci-fi. As you'd expect, it's getting an anime of its own.